The Sydney Morning Herald from Sydney, New South Wales, Australia on February 2, 1958 · Page 83
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The Sydney Morning Herald from Sydney, New South Wales, Australia · Page 83

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
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Sunday, February 2, 1958
Page 83
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M U 0 P J S '' 6 I (I J ;: 1 'J j ' 'J iiiu H 6 f - "k I III If II s-v C J- -M. I I X. 4 'J J. ,1 IS ft f atdmrmtw BY THOUSANDS OF PROUD OWNER becoutt Motttvt Automatic hatbanlthed my "wathdoyi" completely. Now I lutt prut the button and GO ISt became Malleyt Automatic It precitlon-engineered for trouble- free tervlce. At -a practical Invettmenf, there' t no beffar buy. 1 ST BECAUSE -.,fM . l! Million '. ' 4 flDDD(otfOG is a complete home laundry in itself if heats. washes, rinses, spin-dries, air-tumbles THEN SWITCHES ITSELF OFF1. Us 169 GNS. (tllghtly higher country areat) AUSTRALIA'S LOWEST PRICE FOR A FULLY-AUTOMATIC MACHINE THAT HEAfS ITS V . OWN WATER WHITE with Slu trim) or PINK (with Charcoal trim) Thtn't a Semi-Automatic model, too, 140 GNS. IT WASHES A IIG 12-LB. LOAD AUTOMATICALLY Mtiny thousands have literally forgotten dreary old washdays. Why not you? With a Mallcys Automatic you just drop in the clothes, set the dials,' press the button . . . and the next thing you know the complete wash is ready for the line! GENTLE SHAMPOO ACTION GIVES HAND. LAUNDERED CARE I Your own two hands couldn't be more gentle, more thorough than a Malleys Automaticl First, the gentle shampoo action tumbles out all the dirt . . . then the triple-rinse spin-dry cycle whirls the wash to sparkling near-dry perfection. MALLEYS PERSONALLY ATTEND TO INST ALL A-TION AND SERVICE. Right from delivery, Malleys service is at your service. First, with expert installation and demonstration ... after wards, "on call" should you ever require it. IT'S BOLTED DOWN f Oft QUIETER OPER4TIONI This protects the mechanism ensures - that Malleys Automatic is the most trouble-free, silent and vibrationless of all automatics. (Installation is FREE to approved sites.) r nil! YOU CAN AFFORD A MALLEYS AUTOMATIC NOW! Your ntollor will arrangt conrantnf pay-at-you-go lormu MANUFACTURED BY MALLEYS LTD., UctMMi of Mo WMrfpool Corp., Mlcftrooii, U.S.A. lorgatt lomo lovadry 'aionafoetarort la too worM. IF IT'S IT'S FIRST IN ITS FIELD ! MSI40.00 Married yesterday WEDDING OF TENNIS PLAYER tpORMER Australian women's tennis cham pion, Miss Mary Carter, and Mr Sydney .Reitano were married at St. Brigid's Church, Coogee. I be bride, whose frock was of white Swiss embroidered organza, is the second daughter of Mr and Mrs Harry Carter, of Coogee. She was attended by. her two sisters Miss Frances Carter and 12-year-old Anne. The bridegroom, fourth son of the late Mr A. Reitano, and of Mrs Reitano, of Maroubra, was attended by the bride s brother, Mr Robert Carter. WHEN Miss Janette Pickering married Mr Rhys Stanford at St. Martin's Church. Killara, some of her pupils from the Sydney Grammar Preparatory School, St. Ives, went to the church to The bride is the only daughter of the Clerk of the Legislative Assembly, Mr Allan Pickering, , and Mrs Pickering 'of Koseviiie Chase; the; bridegroom is the only son of Mr K. Stan ford, of Elizabeth Bay, and the late Mrs Stanford. The bridal attendants were Mrs .. Douglas Pickering (Glen Innes), Miss Diana Sexty and Miss Barbara Northam. MISS JC EE T H A JOHNSTON wore a frock of white Guipure lace, embroidered with seed pearls, and nylon tulle when she married Mr Arthur Stirling at St. Lrke's Church, Roseville. The bride Is the only daughter of Mr and Mrs A. G. Johnston, of Roseville; the bridegroom is the only son of Mr and Mrs A. G. Stirling, of Bathurst. MR and MRS GRAHAM ILIFF, of Lindficld, will receive a telephone call this morning from their daughter' in Canada, Miss Robyn Iliff two hours after her marriage to Mr Ronald Yeates, at the chapel of the University of Toronto. The bridegroom is the only son of Mrs F. R. Seaton, of Mosman. A tape-recording, made last night at the buffet dinner Mr and Mrs Iliff gave to celebrate the wedding, will be sent to Canada, where Mr and Mrs Yeates will make their home for the next three years. A second wedding in the family will take place on March 6, when the bride's brother, Mr Jim Iliff, marries Miss Helen Yorston, of Lindfield, at the Roseville Presbyterian Church. ' .. ' A SHORT-LENGTH Tl dress of white lace was worn by Miss Monica Maloney, when she married Mr Edmund Perrig-non at St. Mary Magdalene's Church, Rose Bay. The bride, youngest daughter of the late Dr and Mrs J. J. Maloney, of West Wyalong, was attended by Miss - Betty Farmer, who trained with her at St. Vincent's Hospital. The bridegroom is the second son of the late Mr H. B. Perrignon, and of Mrs E. M. Perrignon, of Randwick. 2 THE SUN-HERALD, FEBRUARY 2, 1958

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